Watch a POV Video of Levi Lavallee’s 360° Train Jump in Duluth
Earlier this week, professional snowmobiler Levi Lavalle released the video he filmed in Duluth. The video was as cool and breathtaking as everyone had hoped it would be with Levi performing some amazing jumps, including a 360° jump over a train near Fitger's.
While the finished product is fantastic, on April 8 a POV shot of that jump was shared on Levi LaVallee's Facebook page which shows exactly what it would be like if you were driving the snowmobile.
Since you're not likely to hop on a sled and give it a try, in fact let's be clear on the fact that NOBODY should be trying this at home, you can check out the video below.
Since releasing the video 'Turning Port City Into A Snowmobile Thrill Ride w/ Levi LaVallee' on April 7, it has been viewed over 106,000 times in just two days while being shared all over social media. You can check out the official video below.
This video is the latest in a series called Livin LaVallee!, which is a series featuring Levi LaVallee and his family (wife, Kristen and their kids, Liv + Lavin). It's a great combination of riding videos and family fun. You can click here to see all the Livin' LaVallee! videos.
His Duluth video is similar in theme to his 'Urban Snowmobiling in Saint Paul' video, which was released in March 2016 and has since received over 2.5 million views. Check it out below.
It will be fun to see how many views his 'Turning Port City Into A Snowmobile Thrill Ride w/ Levi LaVallee' video earns in the years to come.